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Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)

Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)
Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)
Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)
Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)
Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)
Can Ordinary People Be Trusted With Power? (Constitution)
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Can freedom be a blessing and a curse at the same time? By 1783, Americans were jubilant over their new-found independence from the British Empire. However, independence presented an entirely new challenge for America. What kind of government would be set up? Having rid themselves of a monarchy, could ordinary American citizens now be entrusted with power? If so, how much?

This is a three part assignment that allows students to work in groups

Part I: What are the pros and cons of working in groups?
Part II: Creating a new society (focus on natural rights, state of nature, leadership)
Part III: A graphic organizer where students read about important historical figures and their differing opinions on government

This downloads as a Microsoft Word Document and can be modified to meet your needs. Links to readings are included
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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